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The migration from monolith to microservices has empowered engineering teams to develop modular code quickly and efficiently. While offering many benefits, this movement has also introduced challenges-- namely, how to enable fast, secure, and resilient communication across microservices.
One solution to networking for polyglot microservices is a service mesh, in which all network traffic is handled by proxies that run as a dedicated infrastructure layer. In this session, you’ll explore the different configurations of proxies in a service mesh-- ingress, egress, and as a sidecar-- to understand the benefits a mesh provides. By examining how these technologies are implemented by two open-source projects, Envoy and Istio, you will discover the true potential of sidecars.
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